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The Heart Of Everything
The Heart Of Everything
Price: £9.25

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars mindblowing, 17 Mar. 2007
This review is from: The Heart Of Everything (Audio CD)
Only two years after the breathtaking "Silent Force", Within Temptation are back with an album that will take you into the stratosphere. Every song is beautifully written, supported by Sharon's magical vocals that do actually carry emotions (anyone who's ever been hurt by love will be able to relate to "What have you done"). Great care has been put in the arrangments of each individual track which makes 6 or 7 of them a potential single ("Hand of Sorrow", "the cross", "the truth beneath the rose", "final destination", "frozen" all stand out). Within Temptation have managed to assert their identity and style in a most convincing way and will no doubt continue to extend their popularity with quality releases like this one. In short : just buy it, it's a gem.

The Sufferer & The Witness
The Sufferer & The Witness
Price: £5.46

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just amazing !, 4 Mar. 2007
This album has got it all : meaningful lyrics, catchy music and great production. It grabs you from the first note and you'll find yourself playing it over and over again with the same joy. A gem.

Price: £5.99

0 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars the end of an era, 4 Jun. 2006
This review is from: Decemberunderground (Audio CD)
I have been a hardcore fan of this inspirational band for years but I must unfortunately admit that this album is absolutely terrible. The lyrics are bland, the sing along choruses have almost completely disappeared, the whole AFI sound has been transformed into an electronic mish mash. True fans will walk away whilst the MTV crowd is taking over. The real AFI is a thing of the past, but I would encourage anyone who feels betrayed by this appalling recording to switch their allegiance to Thought Riot. Although different in style, this band has got sincerity, talent and a future.

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